Joe Galloway

Nationally syndicated columnist for McClatchy newspapers

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Nationally syndicated columnist for McClatchy newspapers and co-author of We Were Soldiers Once…and Young; former military correspondent for Knight Ridder newspapers

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President Bush has accepted  Donald Rumsfeld's resignation  as
 Secretary of Defense .    His chosen
replacement is former CIA Director  Robert Gates . Asked if new leadership…

Bush Says He'll Work with Democrats; Rumsfeld Resigns

President Bush has accepted Donald Rumsfeld's resignation as Secretary of Defense .   His chosen replacement is former CIA Director Robert Gates . Asked if new leadership…

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